SQL for JIRA wraps the JIRA Java API as well as the JIRA Software (Agile) REST API under an uniform SQL layer and it is able to make such reports in a breeze.
As it is pure SQL you can aggregate worklogs with the SUM function, use the GROUP BY clause to group by JIRA user and display the results in your favorite reporting tool by using JDBC.
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